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Moving to New Glasgow from Montreal


New Glasgow, Nova Scotia is a town located in the Pictou County, along the East River of Pictou. Provincially, the town of New Glasgow is the fourth largest urban area with an approximate population of 36 288. New Glasgow is popular due to its close proximity to the Prince Edward Island ferry located at Caribou, which is approximately 20 kilometers away. The majority of the population approximately 97% speak English as a first language, however a mix of other languages follows next making up 1.31 % leaving only 1% of the current New Glasgow population speaking French only. Accomplishing a long distance move from Montreal to New Glasgow takes necessary steps such as planning and budgeting overall ensuring a successful move.

One of the most important steps to start of the process of your long distance move from Montreal to New Glasgow is to research the amount of traveling time involved, as well as the most direct route to your destination. Geographically speaking Montreal is located approximately 1 206 kilometers from New Glasgow, which can be translated into approximately 14 hours and 4 minutes of driving depending on the speed of the vehicle, and destined route taken. If taking the most direct route from Montreal to New Glasgow, you would travel along the Autoroute 20 East out of the city of Montreal, where the majority of your travelling will be done. Make a slight right onto Autoroute 85 toward Notre-Dame-du-Lac/Cabano/Degelis/Edmundston/QC-185/New Brunswick. You will continue on the NB-2 East which will have you cross provincial borders into Nova Scotia, Continue onto NS-104 East until taking exit 25 for NS-348 N/ East River Road toward New Glasgow/Trenton. Turn left onto East River Road/NS-348 North. You have now entered the town of New Glasgow, equipping your move with local road maps or a portable GPS system will always ensure no mistakes are made while in transit. While on route to New Glasgow from Montreal, you will pass a number of cities in three provinces such as, Drummondville, Quebec City, Saint-Pascal, Rivere-du-Loup, Cabanc, Limestone, Fort Fairfield, Woodstock, Fredericton, and Salisbury, Moncton, Calhoun, Sackville, Amherst, Spring Hill, Great Village, Truro, Salt Springs, Westville, until finally making it to the town of New Glasgow. When selecting Montreal movers to assist with your long distance move from Montreal to New Glasgow, its key to investigate past clients or referrals, or also to determine if they have experience moving to other provinces such as Nova Scotia. This will not only keep your mind at ease during this transition, but also prove successful the day of your move.

New Glasgow is made up of a number of neighborhoods. The South End is the southeastern part of the town located on the east bank of the East River with the Aberdeen Hospital and New Glasgow business park as well as the police head quarters. Downtown is located also on the east bank of the East River with a number of banks, insurance companies, restaurants and a wide variety of boutiques and shops. The East side is predominately a residential area that is densely populated for the town. The North End is the northeastern part of the town, which borders neighboring town Trenton. The last neighborhood is the West Side, which is also a high residential area, located along on the west bank of the East River.

Unfortunately like many rural places in the province of Nova Scotia, New Glasgow is limited on post secondary educational opportunities. At the current moment there has not yet been a post secondary institutions. There is however five schools located in the town that is mixed between primary, junior and secondary school. Often researching which school that would be best suitable for your children that may be attending will ensure you made the right choice prior to your long distance move from Montreal to New Glasgow. To see which schools are available in the town.

Similar to the situation of no post secondary education opportunities in the town of New Glasgow, public transportation is also unavailable making it very difficult to travel around the municipality if you do not have your own personal vehicle. Thankfully the town of New Glasgow does have a specialized transportation serves for persons with disabilities. The Central Highlands Association for the Disabled (CHAD) operates throughout the Pictou County, which includes New Glasgow. There is a toll free number available incase you may have any questions or would like to inquire about this service located below.

1-877-305-7433 - The Central Highlands Association for the Disabled (CHAD)

When searching for a new home or dwelling in New Glasgow often can become the most rewarding task of planning a long distance move from Montreal to New Glasgow. There are a number of dwellings that are available for both rent and purchase. Researching local by laws and provincial legislation will ensure you are not going into a lease or mortgage without knowing everything there is to know about your new home. Researching average home prices can also keep you prepared when dealing with a prospect landlord or real estate agent. From rooms, student apartments, and flats, there are a number of units that are for rent and purchase.

Often before your destined moving date from Montreal to New Glasgow, its always a great suggestion to visit the city to not only better acquaint yourself with the local streets and what the city has to offer but to also condition yourself for the amount of traveling time that is involved. New Glasgow has a deep history with Canadian and Acadian roots creating many places of interest for sightseeing, not to mention the wonderful restaurants that are available suitable for any family occasion. Some of the more popular restaurants are Hebels Restaurant and Crofters Steak and Seafood. Much of the province of Nova Scotia are experts when dealing with seafood dishes and can create a wonderful experience for those who have not had the ability to sample the world’s best seafood. There are a number of affordable accommodations at your service incase your visit surpasses a full day. The Country Inn Suites New Glasgow and Comfort Inn New Glasgow are some of the more affordable and professional hotels in the area.

Moving from Montreal to New Glasgow can be complex with many steps implicated to ensure everything goes as planned with precision and care. Thus finding a reliable and experienced long-distance moving company is important when planning such a large move to New Glasgow from Montreal. Finding a reliable mover can give you the satisfaction and peace of mind keeping you focused on other tasks involved during the move.

Selecting the right moving company or long distance movers in Montreal in general without the appropriate research can be time consuming, however checking company references, prior satisfied customer referrals, and that the moving company you choose operates or has operated in the past with the city you'll need to move to will always keep you one step ahead in your move.

Selecting Montreal Economical Moving Service ALEX - you are going to make sure your possessions are safely and securely transferred, and that this is done as quickly as possible. The choice is up to you!


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